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Institutions of industrial relations in continental Europe

Canada. Department of Labour.

Institutions of industrial relations in continental Europe

by Canada. Department of Labour.

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Published by Department of Labour in Ottawa .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Industrial relations -- Europe.,
  • Labor unions -- Europe.

  • Edition Notes

    6

    Statementby Paul Malles, Economic Council of Canada.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination214 p. ; 25 cm.
    Number of Pages214
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22133040M

    Trends in industrial relations systems of continental Europe. Ottawa, Task Force on Labour Relations, (OCoLC) Online version: Malles, Paul. Trends in industrial relations systems of continental Europe. Ottawa, Task Force on Labour Relations, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Paul Malles. the second edition of this book titles Industrial Relations provides a comprehensive coverage of the various aspects of industrial relations: conceptual foundations, industrial structure and.

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Research in this area. The book that resulted, The Institutions of Industrial Relations in Continental Europe, is a significant contribution to the literature on comparative industrial relations. The basic material for this book was drawn from primary sources, as was the case in the author's earlier study.

By deliberately avoiding the use of jargon. Institutions of industrial relations in continental Europe. [Ottawa] Labour Canada, Research and Development [] (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Paul Malles.

This original and wide-ranging book sets out to explain these differences and assess their significance.

Crouch draws on a combination of rational choice theory and historical analysis to consider the development of industrial relations systems in fifteen countries since the by: The Institutions of Industrial Relations in Continental Europe, by Paul Malles, Economic Council of Canada.

Ottawa Research and Development Program of the Canada Department of Labour Author: Shirley B. Goldenberg. Institutions have remained central to industrial relations (IR) analysis in terms of understanding the behaviour of IR actors and the outcomes of IR processes.

Within the IR tradition, the most influential accounts on institutional effects have dovetailed with a broadly functionalist : Niall Cullinane. shape that post-crisis social dialogue will take.

Industrial relations in Europe are at a crossroads. As recognised by the Treaty on the Functioning of the EU and the Charter of Fundamental Rights, the diversity of national systems shapes the system of industrial relations in the EU.

There is no superior ‘model’ of industrial relations which. well established and industrial relations institutions are strong, the economic and social situation tends to be more favour - able and subject to less strain. And it must be stressed that the countries with strong social dialogue are also the most competitive ones in Europe.

This seventh edition of Industrial Relations in Europe is designed to. Abstract. Some aspects of the institutions and processes of industrial relations have already been discussed — in particular collective bargaining and consultation, involvement and participation — in the context of employer strategy (Chapter 6) and in terms of trade union reaction (Chapter 8).Cited by: 1.

This chapter links recent controversies and advances in comparative institutional theory to the study of work and employment relations.

It argues for real trends in firm-level work and employment relations to be placed more centrally in comparative institutional thinking. It further locates current trends in the relative position of workers in broader historical by: 2.

Industrial Relations. The term "industrial relations" has developed a broad as well as a narrow meaning. The original broad definition of industrial relations included the totality of relationships and interactions between employers and employees. From this perspective, industrial relations encompasses all aspects of the employment relationship, such as human resource (or personnel) management, employee relations and union-management.

of a country’s industrial relations system. The extent to which employees are covered by collectivc agrccments concluded at various levels - national, regional, sectoral or company - is another important feature of the system by which wages and other employment conditions are set.

In many countriec, workers who are not union mem. Industrial relations as a distinctive field of study has been principally a feature of the English-speaking countries. In most of continental Europe, aspects of employment and its regulation have normally been studied as subsidiary themes within the various social-science disciplines.

In the past decade, radical changes in the practice of industrial relations in Britain and the United States.

Frege, Carola M. () Industrial relations in continental Europe. In: Ackers, Peter and Wilkinson, Adrian, (eds.) Understanding Work and Employment: Industrial Relations in University Press, Oxford, pp.

ISBN Full text not available from this repository. The book highlights the four all-important pillars that shaped industrial relations after this period: the International Labour Organization, the International Industrial Relations Association (IIRA), the leading role in industrial relations played by the United States following World War II, and the spread of industrialism, market economies, trade union movements, and democratic forms of Cited by:   The Europeanisation of Industrial Relations: National and European Processes in Germany, UK, Italy and France.

DOI link for The Europeanisation of Industrial Relations: National and European Processes in Germany, UK, Italy and France. The Europeanisation of Industrial Relations: National and European Processes in Germany, UK, Italy and France bookAuthor: Wilhelm Eberwein, Jochen Tholen, Joachim Schuster.

issues of industrial relations is of perennial nature and, thus, there can never be a "solution for all times to come." There can only be broad norm and guidelines ad criteria in dealing with issues of industrial relations.

Industrial Relations does not have a shape of its own. It File Size: KB. Industrial relations in Europe facing employment challenges Final Report. 2 Authors of the report: Anne Macey, chief executive of Confrontations Europe, with the support of Juncker, for European industrial relations to help overcome the challenges surrounding the and European political Size: 1MB.

The new book gives particular attention throughout to the effects of international and European developments on British Industrial Relations. About the Author Paul Edwards is Professor of Industrial Relations and Deputy Director, Industrial Relations Research Unit, University of Warwick, UK.

This book examines contemporary changes in labor market institutions in the United States, Germany, Denmark, Sweden, and the Netherlands, focusing on developments in industrial relations, vocational education and training, and labor market by: Industrial relations (IR) broadly defined as the study of work and employment, was established as an independent academic field in the s in the US and subsequently after WWII in Britain and other Anglophone countries.

1 Though originally established by US institutional economists it soon became to be seen as an interdisciplinary field incorporating labor economists, social psychologists.

some thoughts on the potential benefits for the study of industrial relations of a number of recent contributions. In particular, I highlight the concepts and perspectives that I believe could help to enrich our ability to analyse and explain the causes and effects of the institutions with which industrial relations is centrally concerned.Bob Hancké is Associate Professor in Political Economy at the London School of Economics and Political Science.

He obtained his PhD at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). Previous appointments were at the Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin, at the J.F. Kennedy School and at the Center for.Supranationals and the State Susan Strange.

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